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water system this country has, our hetch hetchy. please welcome to the stage senator dianne feinstein. thank you very much for being here. >> thank you. thank you very much. thank you very much mayor lee, leader pelosi, jackie spear, david chiu. most importantly i think the finest secretary of transportation we have had, and nancy said what he has done for san francisco. i can tell you this is a secretary for california as well. [applause] whether it's riverside county, whether it's los angeles, whether it's the central valley, whether it's the san francisco bay area secretary lahood has been responsible. he's been available for phone calls. he's listened to the reasons for projects and he has moved ahead. would you give him a big round of applause please. [applause] >> well, it's time to say a prayer. it's bottom of the ninth. they have two on and one out, so everybody -- if the giants win this i think they can win the series but they need to win this so let it happen please. i can't tell you how important i feel this project is. i also can't tell you how hard it is to buil
was the victim of a robbery and shooting. plus. california u.s. senator dianne feinstein in san francisco , and taking on gun control. on gun control. [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. it's nice having u-verse, isn't it? see back in my day, we didn't have these newfangled wireless receivers. fangled? no, we watched march madness in the living room... that's where the tv outlet was. what is he talking about? and if mom was hosting her book club that day, guess what...you missed it! we couldn't just move the tv all willy-nilly all over the house. ohh! ohh! kids today have it so good. ok. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv starting at $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. lets you go from working hard... to hardly working. ♪ big sales that help you get away. that's how we fly. act now to grab flights all over the country as low as $59 one-way. these fares won
security? we'll ask two congressional leaders on intelligence issues, senator dianne feinstein and congressman pete king. then trade craft. how do we find terrorists without giving up our freedom? with cameras and images everywhere, is more big brother the answer? we'll set down with philadelphia police commissioner charles ramsey and terrorism expert philip mudd. plus the bombings raise new questions about the drive for immigration reform and gun control. we'll ask our sunday panel how the attack will influence those debates. and our power player of the week. the man who followed president bush every step of the way. all right now on "fox news sunday." >>> hello again from fox news in washington. at the end of the week that saw the first mass bombing in the u.s. since 9/11, we're going to focus today on one central question -- where do we stand now in the war on terror? first, let's get the latest on the investigation from boston police commissioner ed davis. as we welcome you, commissioner, i know i speak for people across the country when i say, congratulations, sir. job wel
dianne feinstein and congressman pete king. then, how do we find terrorists without giving up our freedom? with cameras and images everywhere, is more big brother the answer? we sit down with philadelphia police commissioner charles ramsey an terrorism effort phillip flood. plus, the bombings raise new question about the drive for immigration reform and gun control. we ask the sunday panel how the attacks will influence the debates. and the power player of the week. the man who followed president bush every step of the way. all right now. on "fox news sunday." ♪ ♪ >> chris: hello again from fox news in washington. at the end of a week that saw the first mass bombing in the u.s. since 9/11, we are going to focus today on one central question: where do we stand now in the war on terror? first, let's get the latest on the investigation from boston police commissioner ed davis. as we welcome you, commissioner, i know i speak for people across the country when i say congratulations, sir. job well done. >> good morning, chris. thank you very much. >> chris: let's start with the suspect dzho
you. >>> senator dianne feinstein announced a tent tiff deal about immigration reform. this dispute has put two sides at odd over wages. two sides have disagreed on how many visas should be offered to bring agricultural workers to the u.s. feinstein has had a lead role and word of a tentative deal comes as a bipartisan group of senators hurries to finish an immigration overhaul bill. feinstein did not provide details on the deal. [ cheers ] >> these bay area residents are celebrating their first day as u.s. citizens. around 1250 people took the oath of citizenship this morning at oakland's paramount theater. among them was this man who works as a plumber in richmond. he's from nepal, has scaled mount everette six times and has worked as a television news reporter. he says freedom and freedom of the press had him decide to move here. >>> airport officials say flights going to chicago are delayed an hour and 40 minutes. flights headed to newark are delayed as well. and hundreds of flights have been canceled at denver international airport. the reason, the powerful wind storm that hit
feinstein announced a tent tiff deal about immigration reform. this dispute has put two sides at odd over wages. two sides have disagreed on how many visas should be offered to bring agricultural workers to the u.s. feinstein has had a lead role and word of a tentative deal comes as a bipartisan group of senators hurries to finish an immigration overhaul bill. feinstein did not provide details on the deal. [ cheers ] >> these bay area residents are celebrating their first day as u.s. citizens. around 1250 people took the oath of citizenship this morning at oakland's paramount theater. among them was this man who works as a plumber in richmond. he's from nepal, has scaled mount everette six times and has worked as a television news reporter. he says freedom and freedom of the press had him decide to move here. >>> airport officials say flights going to chicago are delayed an hour and 40 minutes. flights headed to newark are delayed as well. and hundreds of flights have been canceled at denver international airport. the reason, the powerful wind st
to remarks i wanted to recognize senator boxer along with senator feinstein and pelosi has been extremely helpful to helping us where we are today. also from railroad association and secretary los angeles -- we received grants that has the project under construction today. thank you for all of your support. [ applause ] >> as everyone knows six years ago we held an international contest to design the property where we stand today. the architects won that competition with a design for the transit center that stands as a model of elegance and functionality. 3 years ago we broke ground for the construction and now it's in full construction and you can hear the cranes next to us. now we have a record land sale of $191 million of ceremonial ground break which is the tallest tower in the western mississippi. mr. pell i has designed the transit tower and will highlight the importance of public transit to the region and state of california. as you know, the pros -- proceeds of the sale will help construct the transit center and allow us to keep thousands of jobs to our disadvantaged communities
-control continues to be a hot topic for dianne feinstein. >> every time i see those faces i just say shame on us. that had previously been legal. >> to see people killed in the movie theaters, businesses, elementary schools high schools, movie theaters shopping malls. we have to say what is this country all about? >> this is already going to be difficult to pass. it will be however, past as an amendment. she says there still might not be enough votes in the senate. >> the fear is that if they vote for the bill it will not be reelected. it is that plain and simple. my vithat then the senate if they are not expected to or prepared to stand up. >> reporter: says that the power in the money of the nra and some other states like maryland, colorado and new york have passed their own legislation. dianne feinstein says that that is not a solution. >> the problem is that people operating in these weapons from other states california has a bill. a weapons coming in from the state of nevada, illinois has a bill from weapons coming in from mississippi. these are the problems. >> reporter: dianne feinstein
and senator feinstein we would make sure to use it in the right way and creating the jobs and the investment that people wanted to see. u.s. transportation secretary ray lahood. please share this announcement. >> hello san francisco. i am delighted to be here to celebrate with all of you three very important champions for this project. senator feinstein who doesn't often call me, but when she does i pay attention, and four years ago when i went to see her about a number of issues this project was number one on her list. we need to get it done. we need to get a full funding grant agreement. she has been a champion for this project from the beginning going back -- i am sure she will tell you, i don't know how far. speaker pelosi, a champion for this project. [applause] speaker pelosi doesn't call me very often, but when she does it's always important. four years ago when i took this job i went to see the speaker. this was number one on her list. how do we get this project done? jackie spear a strong advocate for this project. you have three great champions, and i will also tell you t
. it was countered after congress got a briefing from homeland security officials by california's dianne feinstein, another person here in washington, who's got heavy duty national security credentials. feinstein took the opposite view of mitch mcconnell, perhaps because she too is known somewhat as a partisan, though not as much as the republican. feinstein said, look, let's give credit where credit is due. there have been many, many, many plots against america, terrorist plots she said, and they have been foiled boy the fbi, by the cia, by the national security apparatus. and so her take on it was that boston, if it turns out to be something more than just a terrorist act by a lone individual, if it has some kind of anti-american ideology behind it, and we don't know that yet, that this would be an anomaly, says dianne feinstein. there was, though, jess, the biggest piece of news was reassuring here in washington today. not so much lawmakers going back and forth. they're frankly always scrambling for a little of the spotlight when there's a big event like boston. but the homeland security secret
with dianne feinstein of california. please stay tuned for that. have a great night. >>> the senate has done it before. passed an assault weapons ban and limit on high capacity ammunition magazines back when the united states senate was not afraid to stand with dianne feinstein. she joins me for a "last word" exclusive. >> it is time for them to say what they think. >> can emotion trump deep division. >> yeah or nay. >> he is joining the filibuster, getting a powerful ally. >> mitch mcconnell, threatening to filibuster the gun safety bill. >> clearly had no bipartisan support in committee. >> at least pretend you're interested in it. >> see what he decides to turn to. >> please pretend you give a damn about what happened. >> for god's sake, we have to have debate. >> we have to have a vote. >> clearly no support in committee. >> trying to avoid a primary in 2014. >> then there's the mother jones report. >> leaked recordings published today. >> exposing raw politics of a lot of campaigns. he and the staff with strategies. >> this is what you get from the political left. >> against ashley judd
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. assault weapons, mr. president, we're going to vote on senator feinstein's proposal to ban assault weapons. she's been stalwart in her advocacy for this legislation. mr. president, i'm a strong supporter of the second amendment, americans' right to keep and bear arms. that's how i earned a "b" grade with the national rifle association. mr. president, when i was a 12-year-old little boy in searchlight, nevada, my parents sent away in a sears catalog and bought me a 12-gauge shotgun. that gun held five in the tube and you put one in the chamber. six 12-gauge shotgun shells. i carried a handgun when i was a police officer, and, frankly, on other occasions. from where i come, people own guns as a matter of course for self-defense and for hunting and for sportsman activities. target shooting. i still go target shooting basically out my backyard in searchlight with my grandchildren. but i've always had trouble understanding why people need assault weapons to hunt or protect their homes or to target shoot. when the assault weapons ban came before the senate for a vote ten years ago, i called my f
united states. he is no stranger to this committee. center -- senator feinstein has worked so hard on these matters, as he has spoken of a great deal. please go ahead. >> i asked that senator cornyn e mites, he was not here on friday and is a ranking republican on the subcommittee. >> i would ask that he take that during his question time. i know that you were not here. incidentally i stated publicly that if i was in your shoes, i would not have been here either. i said that i would have -- >> i understand and appreciate the ranking member pointing out the reason for my absence. >> [indiscernible] >> my only concern is that it takes away time that i have four questions for the panel. >> no, i will be giving you an extra five minutes. >> i would be happy. >> i did state publicly at the hearing that i commend you for being in texas and that is the place you had to be. >> me, too. >> senator feinstein? chairman leahy. g memberrassle oe subcommittee, f the opportunity to testify today. my name is arturo rodriguez and i have the opportunity -- have the honor of being the president of un
in the last 24 hours. dianne feinstein, the senator from california who's chair woman of the senate intelligence committee, wants the fbi to tell lawmakers what exactly they were able to find out from tamerlan, the older suspect who's now believed to be a terrorist, on a trip he took to russia. he went over to russia in 2012 for six months. the fbi spoke to him after that at the behest of the russian government. they did a check on him. everything apparently checked out and was clear. dianne feinstein wants to know why the fbi did not tag him with anything else. now, another interesting development on capitol hill, this boston bombing story is playing a little bit into the immigration debate. let's take a listen between senators grassley and schumer. >> i say that to those who are pointing to what happened, the terrible tragedy in boston, as an i would say excuse for not doing a bill or delaying it many months or years. >> i never said that! >> i didn't say that. >> i never said that! >> reporter: now, richard, sources on capitol hill tell me they don't expect the incident here in b
to citizenship. they demonstrated outside the office of senator dianne feinstein at noon today. feinstein is among the senators negotiating part of the bill that would deal with agricultural workers. we learned today it could create a new blue card visa program for agricultural workers that would give them legal status after two years in the u.s. if they plan to stay another five years. >> it's time to step up to the plate. it's good for the economy, good for us, and good for america, to have these beautiful lands of different colors and a lot to offer. >> this bipartisan bill is expected to be introduced in the u.s. senate next week. >>> coming up in just two minutes -- >> i don't understand why he would get shot in his face, you know, when he already had his hands up in the air. >> only on 2, a father speaks to us after police admit to mistakingly shooting his son. >>> plus, the surprising place that some of those plastic bottles and cans end up when you put them in bins labeled recycling. >>> this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6. >>> our son came h
of outside action. >> you ran for office once? >> i did. iran against senator feinstein on the green party ticket. senator against feinstein on the green party ticket. >> why? >> i felt like she had become part of the machine. i felt it was an opportunity to get my voice out in a different venue. >> we will show a clip of senator feinstein. this is a fairly recent one. were you in the room for this? >> i don't know. >> are you usually the room for these demonstrations? >> usually. >> do you meet as a group before you come to the hearing? ----metimes we meet online in line. it depends. >> what determines whether you will stay all night? how often will they allow you to do that? >> there are some things illegal that happens at all hearings. people to for other stand in line for them. that is wrong. if you want to get into the hearing, you get there yourself. >> lobbyists. >> right. they pay other people to get there the night before and take up all the space. they do not allow us citizens to get into. sometimes we have to go there to be the line standers. we have to get there before they do.
said that fear is justified because senator feinstein has said she wants to end private gun ownership. >> she has publicly stated in the past that gun ownership should be very severely restricted and civilians probably shouldn't have guns. >> he said feinstein said that during her hearing on an assault weapons gun ban in 1993. >> was she talking about all firearms or just of the kind she was trying to get band. >> not sure what context it was in. it was in congressional hearings and it's a matter of congressional roar, i'm sure. >> a check of the record failed to show up that statement and i have covered senator feinstein for decades and never heard her say it. but no question opponents of the background checks are afraid ask fear is driving up the sales of guns and ammunition. on the other side fear is being used as a tool, as well. some supporters of stricter gun control have just produced this political advertise meant targeting senate minority leader michalek mcconnell. the ad is running in kentucky, mcconnell's home state. >> so who doesn't agree with michalek? you can go down to
confiscate them. >> he said that fear is justified because senator feinstein has said she wants to end private gun ownership. >> she has publicly stated in the past that gun ownership should be very severely restricted and civilians probably shouldn't have guns. >> he said feinstein said that during a hearing on an assault weapons gun ban in 1993. >> was she talking about all firearms or just of the kind she was trying to get banned. >> not sure what context it was in. it was in congressional hearings and it's a matter of congressional record, i'm sure. >> a check of the record failed to show up that statement and i have covered senator feinstein for decades and never heard her say it. but no question opponents of the background checks are afraid and fear is driving up the sales of guns and ammunition. on the other side fear is being used as a tool, as well. some supporters of stricter gun control have just produced this political advertisement targeting senate minority leader mitch mcconnell. the ad is running in kentucky, mcconnell's home state. >> so who doesn't agree with mitch? yo
feinstein's amendment. but in her effort she took to the senate floor with a story of a san francisco police officer who is murdered in the line of duty. >> senator feinstein told her fellow senators what happened nine years ago. >> as officer's approaches the shooter pulled out an ak 47 from beneath his coat. and fired 14 rounds. >> two rounds hit the 29-year-old officer. senator feinstein called on the senate to protect police officers from gang members carrying weapons of war but the amendment came up 20 votes short. >> this was a shameful day for washington. >> standing along side gabby giffords and families of newtown victims the president challenged the american voters to remember come next congressional election. >> you outnumber those arguing the other way. >> latest washington post poll shows 86% of americans support universal background checks but opponents fear would it lead to a national gun registry. >> there is a concern at some point maybe way, way in the future, the government would like to know where the guns are so they can perhaps confiscate them. >> four months after thes
of fundamentally of the basis of our negotiation that on o- curing in senator feinstein's office. the blue card program for the current existing trained work force is an important component. equal we don't know with absolute certainty over the next decade or so what is going to be the status of the workers that will be receiving these blue cards. will they stay in agricultural in order get the green card. they have to stay in for a long time. the law requires that. beyond that we don't know for sure. we have had difficult negotiations over the second part that have the guest worker program and make sure that it's both at will and contract so it serves all of agricultural. because we know at some point we need additional workers beyond the highly trained skilled workers that are currently doing the work in the country that are likely to get a blue card. there will be additional workers needed down the road. we have to a viable worker program. the current program is not that program. if we have the blue card program in our existing h2a we would be back here in a few years, senator, telling you we
and i am glad that senator feinstein and senator leahy made their efforts to do that. whatur mind, mr. connor, -- in addition to dairy -- and by the way, the chairman said cows are only going to milk you seasonably and they don't like it -- they do not know what they are saying. >> they do in vermont, maybe not minnesota. a i know the chairman is dead head, so no comment -- >> that will come back to haunt you. >> sorry, senator. >> at the senator finish his questions? >> i have no idea where it was. jeff, aside from dairy, what are the one or two most helpful aspects of this agreement? >> well, again, senator -- we have a problem in american agriculture today, reflected in the fact that so much of our work force is currently undocumented. for anything else that we have, recognize that the problem exist today. so, the status quo is intolerable. it is across all of the agricultural sector. the notion that you are going to give us the ability to actually have a legalized workforce that we know is legal, that we can verify that, farmers and ranchers are some of the most law-abiding peo
ban in california is still in place, and i so appreciate senator feinstein's leadership in trying to once again authorize at the federal level an assault weapons ban. now, californians still remember this tragedy in stockton just as the nation will always remember the victims of the horrific events of friday, december 14, 2012, at sandy hook elementary school. now i flash forward to from 1989 and the stockton tragedy to a law office in san francisco in 1993. where a crazed gunman -- i remember his name but i won't say it -- with an assault weapon killed eight people and wounded six. one of those people was a brave warrior who threw his body over the body of his wife, sacrificing his own life to save hers. now, that young man was one of my son's best friends, and i know personally how these horrific and senseless tragedies live on with the survivors. the parents, the spouses, the children, the family and the friends. it changes their lives and it pierces their hearts forever. so i've told you a couple of stories about california, but let me say this. let's look at what's happened a
to this committee, and of course, senator feinstein has worked hard on the agricultural matters has met and talked to you a great deal, and please, mr. rodriguez, go ahead. >> mr. chairman, i ask the senator cornyn we given five minutes bass he wasn't here friday and he is the ranking republican on the subcommittee. >> could i ask it be taken -- secretary napolitano was scheduled to appear then but i think everybody understands what happened in massachusetts, she could not be here. she will be before the committee tomorrow morning. today's hearing is our fifth immigration hearing this year. it will add to theern 40 hearings chaired during the last two conditions on this matters. on friday we received testimony about the impact, economic impact of the bill. today we hear about how the bill impacts our farming, construction, service, and technology industries. we're heal the views of those on immigration reform and those who oppose the proposal. we'll hear from the religious community and the business community. hear from scholars, law enforcement advocates, witnesses who believe the equality for al
was u.s. senator dianne feinstein. >> reporter: a bipartisan plan to expand background checks was defeated. >> the amendment is not agreed to. >> reporter: the national rifle association lobbied hard against the plan and won. the senate also defeated california senator dianne feinstein's attempt to reinstate a ban on military- style institute weapons. >> and the despair and dismay of families standing out there, whose safety we need to protect, and we don't do it. i am really chagrined and concerned. >> reporter: biden raced to the white house to join families of newtown victims and the president. >> a minority in the united states senate decided it wasn't worth it. they blocked common sense gun reforms, even while these families looked on from the senate gallery. >> reporter: wounded arizona congresswoman gabby giffords said the senate ignored the will of the american people. polls showed nearly 90% supported background checks. >>> new details in the case of a former soldier who gunned down two santa cruz police detectives. jeremy goulet shot and killed two officers. now, rec
small, cheap and desperate. and check out this absurd comment senator dianne feinstein said when asked for the need of guns for protection against bad guys. watch. >> there was a real concern that this fellow might be on the loose, might break into their house, might take hostages. would people like to have guns ? >> some may have, yes. but if where you are going do they need an assault weapon, i don't think so. >> semiautomatic, that is the most popular rifle in america. >> you can use a 12 gauge shotgun and have a good defensive effect. there is the element of surprise. >> well, all due respect to you, senator feinstein i would like my kimber semiautomatic than on my hip when terror is knocking on my door. your thoughts? >> i am traumatized by the feinstein on your hip thing. but i like the kimber choice especially with what happened. people on both sides will be using it, both sides of the lobby to try and push forward their agenda. on a quick note, the two brothers didn't have permits. they obtained these guns illegally. so where there is a will, there is a way. you can't blame it
channel 2 news. >>> senator dianne feinstein says she wants answers about the older of the two brothers. reports say the fbi earlier interviewed 26-year-old tamerlan tsarnaev based on a tip by the russian government and that tamerlan made a trip to russia last year. >> exactly when did russia call to ask about this individual? what did he do when he went back for six months? did he sit in his aunt and uncle's home for six months? when he came back to this country, why didn't it ring a bell with the fbi intelligence unit that he should be checked out? >> fbi agents descended on the home of tamerlan tsarnaev's wife in rhode island. they want to ask her what she knew about her husband's activities. so far, she has declined to speak to them. family members say she is distraught and learned of the bomb plot only when news reports named her husband. >>> the oakland a's are in boston to play the red sox. but before today, there was a special trip to visit 11-year- old aaron hern at the hospital. this picture was sent to us by a friend of the family. aaron is the sixth grader from martinez who
... [ whip cracks ] with the new one-touch wand. >>> diannesenator dianne feinstein wants the government to look at america's flights schools. she is worried there is gaps in the screening of students. some of the students might include students in the united states illegally. >> reporter: 400 flight schools nationwide and senator dianne feinstein said there is a major problem. >> 38% today do not have the required faa certification. >> reporter: 25,000 applied for faa pilot licenses. some of the 911 hijackers trained in florida with expired visas. after 9/11 people still slipped through the cracks. >> why did some foreign nationals come to the country and not go through the process. >> reporter: the topic is in the headlines with dianne feinstein. >> improve communication with the faa to address this issue. >> i think we are far along. >> reporter: the government says it is up to janet napolitano to implement changes as they see fit. >>> some california family whose lost relatives in the september 11 attacks never knew millions of dollarhave been raised in their name for college scholar
. >>> senator diane feinstein say as tentative deal was reached in the immigration reform bill. the deal revolved around the number of visas offered for agriculture workers. they're working to finalize the bill this week. >>> in san jose this week, children born in the us spoke about their fears of being taken from their parents who are here illegally. >> i'm super scared they could take my mom to mexico. i don't want to get lonely here. >> today's event was organize today lead up to a massive rally of reform in washing don d.c. tomorrow. >>> a plea bargain may be in the works for chief probation officer on child pornography charges. he pled guilty to two counts. the prosecutor told the judge she could accept a plea bargain on one count. >>> richmond police say an officer fired his weapon after a suspected gang member drew a gun. they were on patrol around 1:45 this afternoon. that man drew a weapon and one of the detectives fired one shot. no one was hit and police arrest tornado suspect. pol
that did not get what they wanted. the repom package is imminent. senator feinstein said it's near. for done students that want full citizenship for 11 million people, they're concerned it will fall short. >> the devil is in the details. what the legislation says can make all the difference. >> reporter: students leave the airport say they feel this is their best chance to see change on immigration has republicans and democrats are expected to unveil a reform in about the next week. >>> chuck haggle wants to change how the military deals with convictions. they're wanting military to be stripped of their abilities. he's seeking legislation requiring cases go through the us court of military appeals. >> it's just dependent on making a big pr effort and not looking at the structural problems. >> they want the crimes to be taken out of the chain of command. this was spurred by a recent case of an officeer's insurance debt. >>> the president's 201
are going to keep on schedule. now to senator feinstein. call out take a phone back. i should be back in just a few minutes. >> thank you so much. i am going to use my time to briefly speak about the bill -- the partisan bill that i had something to do with. first of all i want to congratulate senator schumer and others that work on crafting the big bill. i want to point out to everyone -- this is the first time i have had a chance to do this -- agricultural -- a culture in mainly served bygise.it is undocumented immigrants. people who become very skilled at the works that they do. one does things that happened is .hat agriculture has declined has curtailed activities. i want to sink -- to thank senator hatch and his son who worked on this along with center rubio, his staff, and in gonzales. and senator bennett, who sat through a great many of these to theseng systems -- great many negotiating sessions. the employers want to wait specificity and it wanted out of a statistical gathering which they believe skewed wages. the farm workers wanted decent wages and also worker protections. i
health and school security issues. >> senator dianne feinstein renewed per call for a ban on assault weapons. california senator was in san francisco speaking to the commonwealth club senator feinstein says, though the band has been pulled from the overall gun control package, it will be introduced on the floor of the senate as an amendment. and while she says it is unclear if there are enough votes to pass it, it is the right thing to do. >> you can see storm tracker for the heavy rafor shows the r >> we are getting a little bit of green that means some rain in some spots at to make our wait for morning and try to get we will be back with more and gary's world in just a few minutes. >> good morning. welcome back to the kron 4 morning news the time is 745. we have a spotty showers around the bay in addition we have areas of low clouds, some ground fog and the wind picking up in the oakland hills. >> storm tracker 4 shows the marcia has continued to push east. heavy rain currently falling in the central valley. zooming ban on your neighborhood light rain for the rest of the bay area.
feinstein en san francisco para apoyar una reforma migratoria. s.o.t. betty cantón/apoya reforma migratoria 15:59:22 particularmente estoy aqui pidiendo que cuando se considere la reforma, se consideren las familias completas.. s.o.t. eduardo belasquez/manifestan te 17:53:20 considero que es un derecho humano tener los papeles. paralelamente, otro grupo subi a reunierse con el personal de la senadora a quien acusan de mantenerse al margen durante este esfuerzo de reforma que por primera vez en casi 30 aÑos, tiene posibilidades reales de aprobarse. los activistas dicen que les aseguraron que la senadora apoya la reforma a pesar de no decirlo mucho pblicamente. vernica cantn naci en el salvador, pero ya se hizo ciudadana.. s.o.t. verónica cantón/participante 8:58:17 hay muchas personas quienes merecen tener esa misma oportunidad y por eso estoy aqui, porque si hubieran gentes que pelearan por mis derechos, entonces yo tal vez no estuviera aquí. estos hermanos peruanos son ingenieros en computacin y hasta inventaron aplicaciones para iphones, pero tienen visas temporales. s.o.t. emerson ma
moving forward and talking about rape. >> good for them. right. >>> senator dianne feinstein a leading voice for gun reform laws yesterday spoke of a need to change the way -- this is interesting in the conversation we had with campbell brown yesterday -- violence is depicted in popular culture. she suggested video game makers should have changes on their own and referencing adam lanza said if sandy hook doesn't do it, if the knowledge of these video games this young man played doesn't, then maybe we have to proceed. and i think that was the heart of the controversy yesterday when we were having a really great conversation about the piece she wrote in the "the wall street journal" yesterday. do you want the government to get involved? if you're so against big government in a nanny state then people have to act more responsible and not have these games available to young children who might have some sort of mental illness issues and they play is over and over and over again and you see it every time with every high school massacre or mass killing, these video games are a part of these p
, that gun ownership is -- should be restricted. >> templeton says feinstein said that during a hearing on her gunman in 1993. >> was she talking about all firearms? >> not sure. waits in congressional hearings. >> a check of the record failed to turn up that statement. and i have covered senator feinstein for decades never heard her say it. but no question, fear is driving up the sales of guns and ammunition. on the other side, fear is being used as a tool as well. some supporters have just produced this advertisement. the ad is running in kentucky, mcconnell's home state. >> without a background check and without having to show a identification card. >> call mitch mcconnell. >> the staffers today called the ad deplorable. and on that claim the senator wanted to end private gun ownership there is an oft-quoted statement from a 1995 interview she did on 60 minutes in which she said if she had votes for a ban she would have pushed for it but talking about the possession of assault weapons. not guns in general. you only hear her answer, you never hear the question that would have put the
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